"Super Glider." Mother Earth News 94.(1985): 38. OmniFile Full Text Mega (H.W. Wilson). Web. 23 Sept. 2012.
Abstract: A glider is fun to fly, inexpensive to make, and can teach a lot about the way air currents work. If the current is right, a well-constructed glider will travel several hundred yards. To get the best performance from a glider, be sure to launch it before there is a strong burst of wind, and at a slight angle, so that it can gain some height before catching the wind. Instructions for constructing a balsa-wood glider are provided.